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What books did you read in November, 2008. It might be interesting to see what folks have been reading. On or off the Kindle.

1. Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? by Philip K. Dick (Kindle)
2. The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time by Mark Haddon (Book Group)
3. In the Woods by Tana French (Kindle)
4. Death With Interruptions by José Saramago (Translated from the Portuguese)
5. Beware by Richard Laymon (Kindle)
6. March Violets by Philip Kerr
7. The White Tiger by Avavind Adiga (Kindle)
8. Consider Phlebas by Iain M. Banks
9. Six Bad Things by Charlie Hutson (Kindle)
10. Covenant by John Everson (Kindle)
11. Green Mars by Kim Stanley Robinson (Unabridged Audio)
 

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Unfortunately I didn't get to read as much as I would have liked. Maybe if I spent less time on the computer reading and posting on KindleBoards and Facebook, I would get further along! All other reading was done only on my Kindle.

1. Leslie's FAQ
2. Morning and Evening Daily Readings
3. My bible
4. The Princess Bride by William Goldman
5. The Color of Magic by Terry Prachett
6. More samples than you can shake a stick at by a whole bunch of authors I never read!
 

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Starting with November 14th when I received my Kindle, I've read:

1. Ring of Hell by Matthew Randazzo V (more like Formatting of Hell)
2. The Great Movies by Roger Ebert (I haven't read everything yet, but it's not really the kind of book made for reading in order)
3. The Amazon Kindle FAQ by Leslie H. Nicoll, Joshua Tallent, and DeLancey Nicoll (great stuff)
4. Hearing Aid by David Langford (see my review here)
5. Marley and Me by John Grogan (fantastic)
6. Suite 606 by J.D. Robb, Mary Blayney, Ruth Ryan Langan, and Mary Kay McComas (loved it)
7. Beware by Richard Laymon (pretty decent, but there are a couple of formatting glitches)
8. Salvation in Death by J.D. Robb (currently reading)
9. The first chapter of Lucy Sullivan is Getting Married by Marian Keyes (it's great, but I got sidetracked by Marley & Me after being sucked in by a sample)
10. Tons of samples and several issues of the online newsletters I subscribe to

As you can see from my sig, I have a lot left to catch up on, not to mention all of the free classics and indy author stories not mentioned in my sig.
 

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1.  One for the Money...Janet Evanovich
2.  Two for the Dough...Janet Evanovich
3.  Grave Peril...Jim Butcher
4.  Talking to the Dead...Shiloh Walker
5.  Maiden Flight...Bianca D'Arc
6.  The Reincarnationist...M J Rose
7.  Ghost Walk...Heather Graham
8.  Killing Kelly...Heather Graham
9.  The Vision...Heather Graham

3 free books, the Heather Graham and Janet Evanovich were book bundles.

Wow, I didn't realize how many books I read this month.  Pre-Kindle, I was only reading 1 a week.
 

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I am amazed how much I read, too!

1. Ransom by Lee Rowan
2. Winds of Change by Lee Rowan
3. Trilogy 109: Sail Away by Lee Rowan
4. The Back Passage by James Lear
5. The Secret Tunnel by James Lear
6. Frost Fair by Erastes
7. Publish Your Book on the Amazon Kindle by Michael Hicks (skimmed)
8. Farewell to the Master by Harry Bates (short story)
9. The Curious Case of Benjamin Button by F. Scott Fitzgerald (short story)
10. Island Song by Alan Chin
11. The Reincarnationist by M. J. Rose (started; probably won't finish)
12. Waiter Rant by The Waiter (started, will finish eventually)
13. A Redbird Christmas by Fannie Flagg (started, plan to finish this month)
14. Blitz by Charlie Cochrane (short story)
15. In the Land of the Lotus Eaters by E.L. van Hine (not on Kindle; a livejournal story that I read as chapters are posted)
16. The New York Times every day or every other day (I missed a few issues)

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Confessions of an English Opium Eater, Daniel de Quincey
Uncle Tom's Cabin, Harriet Beecher Stowe
The Patron Saint of Liars, Ann Patchett
The Acid House, Irvine Welsh
American Eve, Paula Uruburu
I am Charlotte Simmons, Tom Wolfe
The North China Lover, Marguerite Duras
Shakespeare, Bill Bryson
 

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I may not read as much as some of you, but I am reading much more than I was. When I lived in NYC, I did a lot of
reading on the subways and also did not have a laptop to distract me, I use to read about a book a week. Before my Kindle,
I would be lucky to finish a book evey 2 or 3 weeks. Maybe a little more lately cause I started keeping track of what I read through my
facebook page which gave me some extra incentive to finish more quickly.

Since getting my K at the end of October, I have read 4 books, (2 quite long)

The Story of Edgar Sawtelle
Moral Disorder
Lady Audley's Secret
and I finished this little gem last night by Laura Lippman
What the Dead Know
(which is now only $4! I paid $7 something last week)

 

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"Hot Mahogany" - Stuart Woods
"Too Pretty to Die" - Susan McBride
"Plum Island" - Nelson DeMille
"The Bourne Betrayal" - Eric Van Lustbader
"The General's Daughter" - Nelson DeMille
"Storm Runners" - T. Jefferson Parker
"Killing Floor" - Lee Child
...then I got on a J.D Robb kick and read (mostly all last week while on vacation):

"Naked in Death"
"Interlude in Death"
"Glory in Death"
"Immortal in Death"
"Loyalty in Death"
"Rapture in Death"
"Ceremony in Death"
"Vengeance in Death"
"Holiday in Death"

...and I am currently about halfway through "Conspiracy in Death"

 

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Read this month:

1. The Buried Pyramid by Jane Lindskold
2. Caravan to Vaccares by Alastair MacLean
3. Dreamsnake by Vonda McIntyre
4. Dexter in the Dark by Jeff Lindsay
5. The Victoria Vanishes by Christopher Fowler
6. Burn Out by Marcia Muller
7. Physics of the Impossible by Machio Kaku
8. Rite of Passage by Alexei Panshin
9. Royal Bloodline by Francis Nevins (in progress)
10. Lost City of the Incas by Hiram Bingham (in progress)
11. A Briefer History of Time by Stephen Hawking (in progress)
12. Bad Luck and Trouble by Lee Child

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And I thought I was a reader! In November 2008, all I read was

Infection - Scott Sigler
World War Z - Max Brooks

and the January 2009 issue of Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine.
 

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A Red Bird Christmas by Fannie Flagg
Dreams From My Father by Barack Obama
Snow Flower and The Secret Fan by Lisa See
Too Late to Say Goodbye by Ann Rule

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I am amazed at how many books some of you read!  :eek:

Enjoyed them all.

Linda
 

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Breaking Point - Christopher Fahy
Eternal Bliss - Christopher Fahy
Fever 42 - Christopher Fahy
Testimony: A Novel - Anita Shreve
The Insufficiency of Maps: A Novel - Nora Pierce
 

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[*]The Lies of Locke Lamora - Scott Lynch
[*]Red Seas Under Red Skies - Scott Lynch
[*]Blasphemy - Douglas Preston
[*]Sand Storm - James Rollins
[*]Map of Bones - James Rollins
[*]Black Order - James Rollins
[*]The Judas Strain - James Rollins
[*].45 Caliber Death Trap - Peter Brandvold
[*]Jack and Jill - James Patterson
[*]Cat and Mouse - James Patterson

[*](started) Nothing to Lose - Lee Child
 

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Geemont -- I'd be very interested to hear what you thought of "In the Woods" and "The White Tiger." Both are on my to-read list.

 

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  • Katherine by Anya Seton (DTB)
  • Absolute Power by David Baldacci
  • Marley & Me
  • The Stand (still reading it)
  • The Practice of the Presence of God and the Spiritual Maxims by Brother Lawrence (still reading it)
I also subscribe to two newspapers for both daily & Sunday and numerous magazines. And my daily Bible reading.
 
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